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By Carolyn Dunn/The Daily Cougar
Life-size toys: The 2005 Children's
Theatre Festival's play, The Land of Broken Toys, runs through July 1.
The play, mainly aimed toward entertaining children, includes an original
score to put a new spin on the inspirational story.
opens talks about mascot
After scrambling to find enough senators
to establish quorum, which requires four of the seven senators currently
in the summer Senate, the Student Government Association Senate began its
meeting late Wednesday.
and religion can coexist
Evolutionists have wrongly ridiculed
creationists for using the entropy argument against evolution.
forward: The cost
winning for UH
Tom Penders would much rather talk
about the future than the past.
legend returns to raise
Have you ever been walking down the sidewalk and suddenly
felt the urge to eat mushrooms, break floating bricks with your head and
then leap into large green pipes? Don't worry, it's not because you're
mentally or emotionally unbalanced. It's Nintendo's fault for putting those
thoughts in your head.
Volume 70, Issue 149, Thursday, June 23, 2005
Senate opens talks about
Center honors day with free HIV test
Summer programs aims to shape up girls
Science and religion can coexist
Letters to the Editor
Moving forward: The cost of winning
Four Cougars named All-Americans
Zombie legend returns to raise the undead
Nintendo can't escape blame game